The tropical climate of Thailand The Contemporary Design of Casa de La Flora Resort in Thailand by VaSLab Architecture. Read more ... » that blended both the indoor and outdoor environments together with the use of an outdoor terrace and open-plan living inspired the fundamental designThe Building Design of Faculty Club for Tilburg University by Shift architecture urbanism. Read more ... » of the villas. An important element for cooling in the tropical heat with high ceilings, windows and large terrace doors was natural ventilation. Due to villaVilla Geldrop Design in Dutch by Hofman Dujardin Architects. Read more ... » ownership from SpainModern Design of Ibiza Dream Residence by the Catalan Architect Jaime Serra. Read more ... », the Mediterranean culture was a major style influence to the tropical houseHayam Wuruk Residence – The City’s Green Oasis in Denpasar, Bali. Read more ... ». A direct echo of the modernized fincas of the Spanish Balearic Islands was the crisp white walls and use of polished concrete. But, incorporating local Thai elements such as native timber details and products, the care was taken. The use of molded polished concrete features for elements such as sofa bases, bed bases and wet areas became an easy to clean surfaces for rental villas.
A modern designThe Building Design of Faculty Club for Tilburg University by Shift architecture urbanism. Read more ... » and a fascinating retreat, designed and owned by Christina was Saenz de Santamaria Casas del Sol. Casas del Sol was officially opened on the island of Koh Tao, Thailand, offering a refreshing new definition of the luxury beach bungalow experience. Created by Australian Interior Designer, Christina Saenz de Santamaria, these contemporary villas was known as ‘Boutique Beach Chic’. It meant understated luxury within a modern tropical designTropical House Design in Maui, Hawaii. Read more ... » that captures the sensory island experience of sea, sun and stars. Casas del Sol were five individually designed beach villas. Self-catered accommodation was offered in an ideal location of the island that was central and convenient yet private and tranquil. Each two-bedroom villa, views of the open ocean, island and sunsets, were offered. Four of the five villas, there was a private swimming poolGlamorous Villa on the Hills of Los Angeles with an Amazing View by Abramson Teiger Architects. Read more ... » on the terrace.
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